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Twins Release A Hype Video For Their Fresh Start

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Inspired by the past.

Built for the future.

That’s the new Minnesota Twins motto, starting from 2023: the franchise is implementing a new image and with it, a few changes were introduced.

There is a brand new logo and uniforms set for the upcoming 2023 MLB season.

The new image, uniforms, logo, and design were unveiled on Friday at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.

“Our new look reflects the North Star we’ve set our organization towards, as it celebrates our special bond with our home community, honors our heritage and pushes us into the future in a dynamic, modern and uniquely Minnesotan way,” Twins Executive Vice President Joe Pohlad said in the press release.

The new uniforms are vibrant and full of life.

Overall, the look is simple and certainly cleaner, keeping up with modern standards.

The Twins are selling the image change as the beginning of a new chapter in franchise history.

In fact, they posted a cool video.

The next chapter of Twins baseball begins now. #AllTwins,” the team posted on its Twitter account.


A Very Cool Clip To Hype Twins Fans

The video contains some of the most important plays (and players) in the history of the organization.

Harmon Killebrew, Jack Morris, Kirby Puckett, Johan Santana, Jim Thome, Joe Mauer, and others are seen in the clip.

Of course, some of the current Twins, the ones in charge of writing a new chapter in history, are also present: Byron Buxton, Luis Arraez, Jorge Polanco, and several more.

It was a great video made by the Twins for Twins fans.

The team is hoping to return to the postseason in 2023.

They have a lot of work to do, but it isn’t an impossible task by any means.

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